Nelson Mandela's health condition remains unchanged+++Bad business for traders in Cameroon+++A special song against HIV in Zimbabwe+++
Kurzwellenhörerin in Afrika
Africalink revisits some of the positive, inspiring and thought provoking stories from the continent aired over the past year. (24.12.2012)
UN Security Council gives green light for intervention force in Mali+++Renewed ethnic clashes in Kenya's Tana River Delta region leaves more than 30 dead+++Help for Zimbabwe's agricultural sector (21.12.2012)
UN Security Council debates an intervention force for Mali+++South Africa's ANC plans an Integrity Committee to root out corruption+++ UNMIL draw down process in Liberia continues (20.12.2012)
World Bank delays loan to Uganda after the passing of the homosexuality law+++French President Francois Hollande visits Central African Republic+++Spotlight on Sierra Leone's right to information
Ugandan President signs anti-gay bill into law+++Protests against homosexuality held in Kenya+++Peaceful protests in Berlin calling for the recognition of those killed during Germany’s colonial era in Africa.
ICC finds DR Congo militia leader Katanga guilty of war crimes+++Rwandan women reflect on challenges as world marks International Womens Day+++African artistes converge in Abidjan for MASA 2014 festival
Imagine Paris without the Eiffel Tower, or Cairo without the pyramids? For some countries, losing their iconic wildlife would be like losing these tourist attractions, says Bradnee Chambers in this guest commentary.
Trade between Cameroon and Nigeria has stagnated following the closure of the border in an attempt to prevent Islamist terrorists from launching attacks from Cameroonian territory.
Germain Katanga faces seven counts of war crimes and three of crimes against humanity, including murder and rape. He is alleged to have led a militia group that committed a massacre in which about 200 civilians died.
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